To be a beginner over and over again, has been the greatest revelation since Jane began her yogic journey in 1997, at the ripe old age of 43. Now 20 years later, she can honestly say that what she once feared in the life, has come to be her friend – repetition. Blending together the beginner mind and repetition has allowed Jane to show up in the seat of the teacher with great humility.
Jane’s kundalini awakening in 2005 steered her to Kripalu for her first training. Jane’s first students were at a prison, and offered great opportunities to practice the importance of listening to the student. From there, she was led to teach at a local health club for 8 years, chair yoga at a retirement home for 8 years, a 4-month seva program at Kripalu, a yatra to India, hospice training and volunteering, walking the camino de Santiago, completing the Long Trail, a Kundalini teacher training program, and has enjoyed the gift of teaching at a number of local local yoga studios. Though the order of these events may be a bit jumbled on the time line, the experiences have all fed Jane’s desire to keep showing up.
Jane is honored to be a part of the Evolution family and looks forward to sharing her classes with this community – weaving in our natural rhythm, the harmony of our breath and movement, and the sheer joy of showing up as one.